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    We have Oliver James picked if this one is a boy, we found them harder too!

    Others I liked but DF didn't...

    Blake
    Brady
    Mason
    Cohen
    Ryan
    Aydan
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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2b09 View Post
    We have Oliver James picked if this one is a boy, we found them harder too!

    Others I liked but DF didn't...

    Blake
    Brady
    Mason
    Cohen
    Ryan
    Aydan
    Seth
    Yep. Listen to your DF!

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    I'm positive I'm having another DS too and really struggling with names to go with his. DH is really set on Reilly, and I like it but I don't like how popular it is. But it's actually a family name, so at least it has some tradition to it. When naming DS we went through both sides of our family tree and picked the family names we liked, we also picked famous names from history we liked. ALL our names, coincidently were surnames so DS has three 'surnames' as such.

    Out of your list, I really like Jackson.

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    I'm going through the same problem at the moment. We have two boys names on our list, and four girls names. Will be back another time with some suggestions.

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    I like Jackson with Jax as a nn.

    Other random suggestions:
    Whitman
    Noah
    Eli
    Isaac
    Wesley
    Linkin
    Rowan
    Theodore
    Tobias
    Oscar
    Jasper
    Asher
    Finn
    Damian
    Colton
    Hudson
    Milo
    Felix

    I like this site for some name inspiration: http://nameberry.com/

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    hey buttoneska, guess what! I was at the shop today and heard someone calling out to their little one. Their name was Banjo. Obviously it is mor popular than you may think.

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    Elliot.

    I love love love the name Elliot.

    I had to use it as a middle name for one of mine though....

    The girls names I never got to use were Felicity and Abigail. Felicity because it means 'a perfect state of bliss'... and my middle name just happens to be Bliss

    and Abigail because it means "a father's delight' ... and DH would have adored a daughter.
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    Dear Buttoneska, I think Max is lovely choice. My boys are Clive and Ray.

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    We're thinking:
    Sean
    Harrison
    Beckett
    Brendon
    Scott
    Connolly

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    Buttoneska, my DH's BF is Banjo. His name is actually Banyan and his nn is Banjo.

    I really like it.


 

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